Sorry to hear man. Film and music tastes are definitely key for me.BAHAHA my gf and I just broke up an hour ago. We didn’t like the same films.
The Pacific Northwest!what’s pnw
Sugi – also known as Japanese cedar – is popular as an ornamental plant in Japan and has a delicate, clean and energising fragrance. After the great success of our first collaborations with Comme des Garçons – Hinoki and Laurel – we’ve returned to them for this third scent, which has been developed in Paris by Antoine Maisondieu and comes in a Monocle-designed bottle and box. It’s a refreshing unisex scent that’s light but sophisticated, beginning with top notes of Mediterranean cypress and pepper from Madagascar, followed by iris from Florence and cedar from Virginia, and finished with pine and Haitian vetiver.
P Magazine Aug. 2013
Photographer: Mariana Garcia
Stylist: Maria Vogel
Model: Katherine Clark
What makes people like you? Are there particular qualities that make you the kind of person your friends want to go on a road trip with, or call with exciting or sad news, or ask to water their plants? Is it that youâre fun, friendly, hilarious, and always up for a good time? Or that youâre fair, responsible, honest, and wise? Which qualities really count? Researchers have argued for years that we bundle nearly all personal traits into two categoriesâthose of warmth and competenceâand that the things that make us like other people are mostly about warmth. But new findings are suggesting there is something distinct from either category that is actually more important: morality. While psychologists have generally considered morality to fall under the heading of warmth, new research is suggesting that we consider it separately. Whether people are good turns out to be more important to our relationships than whether they are friendly or fun and it’s also more important to who we think they really are.
Ann Demeulemeester SS03
Possible Relatives - Tina Enghoff
"A documentation of a part of human life that few are seldom witness to – death in the shape of traces left by people who have passed away alone. Possible Relatives is a project about rejection, loneliness and invisibility –about the poverty of social contact in our otherwise economically developed welfare system."
My Night at Maud’s (1969)
"It is a common misconception that too much dialogue can sink a movie, which is in turn based on the equally common misconception that dialogue is always a forum for direct communication—the kind of dialogue easily found on television or in the majority of commercial films. In Rohmer’s cinema, talk is never just talk and is always a form of indirect action. For Jean-Louis, it is, or becomes, a means of endless postponement. And then there is the crucial matter of the actor who’s speaking the dialogue. There are some things that can be imparted to us easily, without contrivance, by means of narrative exposition. There are other things that cannot. And Rohmer’s knowledge of the difference between the two is one of the many rare qualities that make him such a great filmmaker. Casting is always important, but in Rohmer it is essential. Careful exposition allows us to see all the exterior traits of Jean-Louis—Catholic, intellectual, engineer, former womanizer, etc. But all the exposition in the world would not allow us to see his reticence, referred to in the dialogue long after we’ve noted it (consciously or not) in Trintignant’s comportment, his way of imparting himself one little bit at a time."
Kent Jones, The Criterion Collection
Elsa Peretti with guests at Roy Halston’s home in NYC - photo by Deborah Turbeville for Vogue, December 1975